Camborne School of Mines
As a Mining and Minerals PhD student at the Camborne School of Mines, you will lead research projects that have a significant impact on both your chosen field of study and wider society. We work on a variety of different topics including mining and geotechnical engineering, industrial safety, surveying, optimised mineral processing, and understanding the impacts of mining on society and the environment.
The project listed below are linked to Studentships offered within the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences.
For eligible successful applicants, the studentships comprises:
- An stipend for 3.5 years (currently £15,609 p.a. for 2021/22) in line with UK Research and Innovation rates
- Payment of university tuition fees;
- A research budget of £1,750 for an international conference, lab, field and research expenses.
For further project details and how to apply please click on the project title link below.
Project Title: Electrokinetics for the in situ recovery of metals from fine grained industrial waste (Ref 4306)
Lead Supervisor: Dr Rich Crane
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Penryn Campus
Application deadline: 24 January 2022